This is an FAQ guide about Atmospheric Water Generators (AWGs), but also contains information that might be useful for potential buyers of these types of machines. Atmospheric Water Generator vs Other Water-From-Air Methods Water-from-air harvesting includes any method used to extract water from the air/atmosphere. It includes both active and passive forms of extracting … Read more Atmospheric Water Generators (Air To Water Machines): FAQ & Buyer’s Guide
Extracting water from the air is one method that can be used in providing a water supply. In this guide, we look at the pros and cons of atmospheric water generation and harvesting water from air. Summary – Pros & Cons Of Atmospheric Water Generation (& Harvesting Water From Air) Firstly, there’s a difference … Read more Pros & Cons Of Atmospheric Water Generation (& Harvesting Water From Air)
In this guide, we look at the pros and cons of rainwater harvesting/collection. Summary – Pros & Cons Of Rainwater Harvesting/Collection Rainwater harvesting can be done on the individual level, or on the larger scale level commercially, and even in sectors like agriculture (for irrigation), and in dams. Rainwater collection has several pros. Among … Read more Pros & Cons Of Rainwater Harvesting/Collection
Each type of meat that can be eaten has a different sustainability footprint. That sustainability footprint can be influenced by different factors. In this guide, we look at different types of sustainability footprints, the different factors that might be at play in making up those footprints, as well as what meats might be more sustainable … Read more What Is The Most Sustainable Meat To Eat?
There’s been some damning statistics and information published about the environmental damage caused by, and unsustainable practices engaged in by certain parts of the fashion industry. In this guide, we discuss the different aspects of sustainability in the fashion industry, and whether fashion can actually be sustainable. Summary – Is Fashion Sustainable, & Can … Read more Is Fashion Sustainable, & Can It Become More Sustainable?
Awareness about whether or not clothes and different textiles can be recycled is probably not where it should be for most of society – particularly in developed, and high consumption countries. In this guide, we discuss different issues and factors related to clothes/textile recycling, what the current options are. Summary – Can Clothes & … Read more Can Clothes & Textiles Be Recycled?
Becoming aware of leading causes of death can be a good way to make changes today that could contribute to lowering mortality rates in the future. In this guide, we list the leading causes of death worldwide, and in specific countries. Summary – Leading Causes Of Death Diseases that affect the heart, along with … Read more Leading Causes Of Death In The World, & In Different Countries
The most polluted and least polluted cities and countries in the world depend on which pollution indicator is being measured. In this guide, we look at those indicators, and which cities and countries might rank higher and lower on different lists. Summary – Most & Least Polluted Cities & Countries In The World There’s … Read more The Most Polluted & Least Polluted Cities & Countries In The World
In this guide, we look at whether a country’s economic growth (of GDP) can be decoupled or separated from impact on the environment and resource use. The implication of these findings is that endless GDP growth as a success measure for a country is either sustainable, or unsustainable. If it’s unsustainable, countries might need to … Read more Can Economic (GDP) Growth Be Environmentally Sustainable, & Can It Be Decoupled From Environmental Degradation & Resource Use?
Water recycling, also referred to as reclamation or reuse, is one of the ways different cities across the world are attempting to address their water issues. In this guide, we list and explain the different pros and cons to water recycling. Summary – Pros & Cons Of Water Recycling, Reuse & Reclamation Water recycling … Read more Pros & Cons Of Water Recycling, Reuse & Reclamation